Sunday, April 30, 2017

Paper Players Tic Tac Toe


Hi everyone!

Jaydee is host this week at The Paper Players....and it's everyone's fave....tic tac toe!!!




I went diagonal...circle, die-cut and flower.



I started out with a piece of patterned paper from my plaid collection, and added a bunch of die cuts from leftover projects laying around. 

The largest circle is from Lil Inker, and the smallest from My Favorite Things. I used a Memory Box Quinn Flourish and Simon Says Stitched Daisy. The sentiment is also from Simon Says.

Be sure to check out the rest of the design team here:

The Paper Players Design Team


I hope you will join us!




Paper: SU, patterned
Ink: SU black
Stamps: Simon Says Prayers
Dies: Lil Inker stitched circles, MFT circles, MB quinn flourish, Simon Says Prayers and stitched daisy














16 comments:

  1. So very beautiful and I love those wonderful pattern papers you used along with those fabulous dies.

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  2. Beautiful pattern paper, Laurie.......it makes for such a pretty flower and the white is offset lovely against it.

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  3. THis is just fabulous in color and design! I love the plaid and especially the layered medallion! Beautiful!

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  4. Oh WOW! I love this card, beautiful design and so clean and fresh looking in blue and white. xx

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  5. I like your card! Great colors and patterns.

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  6. The plaid paper is so pretty combined with the hearts and that flourish die is gorgeous! Lovely card, Laurie!

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  7. Outstanding! I do love tic tac toe. This is so pretty with layers and dimension and still a very easy to mail card. I love that!

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  8. This is beautiful Laurie and your pale blue and white colour scheme is so calming and serene, perfect for your theme.

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  9. Gorgeous coordination white and soft blue, together with delicate die-cuts they make very warm card!

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  10. You have the prettiest plaid papers. Love the layered circles and the hearts to go with the sentiment.

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  11. This is stunning...I would love to know how you get those itty-bitty pieces to stick down!!! Just so fresh and pretty!

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  12. Gorgeous. Love the blue plaid paper and layered die cuts.

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  13. Laurie you always do such a super job combining die cuts! Love the mix of patterns and the daisy is awesome.

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  14. Laurie, love your die-cuts - as usual :-) I also love the DSP choices and how you tied the daisy at the front to the DSP on the back. Fabulous card
    hugs
    jaydee

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  15. Laurie, I love every detail on this card! The plaid, the colors, the dies and the sentiment. SWOON! XX

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  16. So pretty Laurie! Loving that plaid!!

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